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More than 400 companies have either withdrawn, suspended or scaled back their operations in Russia since the beginning of the war.
"Boy did we screw up," says the billionaire who backed Donald Trump. "What a mess."
David Dunlap, a deputy in the EPA's Office of Research and Development, worked for chemical giant Koch Industries for more than eight years.
As David Koch retires, his lesser-known relatives seem (mostly) uninterested in replacing him.
He’s leaving his family’s conglomerate and Americans for Prosperity.
Trump's new tariffs have the billionaire donor singing a new tune.
That's peanuts compared with what the Koch brothers will save.
The attorney general's coffers are lined by many who stand to benefit from incarcerating cannabis users.